Dan & Marie present "Building Metropolitan Consciousness" and "Temporary Place of Assembly: Certificate of Operation" at the ACSA conference in Marfa, Texas
Dan & Marie present their work at Northeastern University for the Common Ground lecture series.
Landing Studio is awarded Charlesgate Park Project, and is excited to work with the Charlesgate Alliance and the Emerald Necklace Conservancy, with generous support from the Solomon Foundation.
"Urbanism After Extraction", the urban design studio co-taught by Marie Law Adams and Rafi Segal, with TA Garine Boghossian, was awarded ARCHITECT Magazine’s 2017 Studio Prize.
Landing Studio, in collaboration with the BHCHP, set up light projections on the Boston Public Library South End branch, and the BHCHP Building, to raise awareness about heroin overdoses amongst the homeless population in Boston. Learn more about their initiative here.
Landing Studio collaborates with Danielle Fateaux Jacque, director of Chelsea’s Apollinaire Theatre, on the transformation of the town of Güllen for the final scene of "The Visit" (Friedrich Dürrenmatt), presented at the PORT in Chelsea, MA.
Marie was part of a panel discussion on May 10th, 2017 at the BSA space to talk about the future of Columbia Road and the Emerald Necklace. It was the last of a four-part event, Fulfilling the Promise: Community Building and the Emerald Necklace. Read more here.
April Issue of Architect Magazine featuring the AIA Honor Awards, including Rock Chapel Marine for Regional and Urban Design.
Rock Chapel Marine is featured in Topos 98 - Periphery
The Architectural League of New York's publication Young Architects 17: Authenticity, has been released. The book features the work of the 2015 Architectural League Prize winners including Landing Studio, First Office, Besler & Sons, mcdowellespinosa, Thom Moran, and Endemic.
Rock Chapel Marine is the redevelopment of a mothballed oil terminal into a seasonally-shared road-salt transshipment facility and public waterfront park in Boston Harbor. The project balances seemingly incompatible uses – active industry, public recreation, and wildlife habitat –through the design of industrial operations.
The project interweaves industrial operations with the life of the city by making use of the seasonal nature of the road salt industry to expand the park area during the summertime when the industry is less active. In the winter, the shared area returns to industrial use.